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Poster: dead-head_Monte Date: Oct 25, 2009 8:57am
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: Grateful Dead Cheese?

CLASS 'A' CHEESE
— Illegal and Dangerous —

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— Jer —
Quintuple Llanboidy (5.2)

Llanboidy extra dangerous

Lethal and illegal cheese from Wales. This cheese has a smooth, almost silky, texture that contrasts with its devastating effects. It is a hard pressed cheese and, as with all welsh cheeses its level of danger varies with maturity and season.

Duty charged per kilo: None. Illegal Cheese.

Punishment for illegal ownership: Fine.

— Bob —
Quadruple-strength Dolgellau Veinclotter (9.5)

Dolgellau veinclotter

Matured in Blaenafon for eighteen years and not for the faint-hearted. Good on crackers but can function equally well as an amorous skunk repellant. This soft triple créme Welsh cheese is rich, buttery, and dangerous to anything living. The odour is sour and salty, and has been known to bring on spontaneous nosebleeds at forty paces. When extra matured it has a PH of 6.7 and diluted with turpentine is an effective industrial paint stripper. Once used as an alternative to depleted uranium-tipped shells, it was banned by the Geneva convention in 1988. Will render anyone within ten feet unconscious after three minute's inhalation (even outdoors) but remains the only effective cure for veruccas.

Duty charged per kilo: None. Illegal Cheese.

Punishment for illegal ownership: Imprisonment.

— Phil —
Mynachlog-ddu Old Contemptible (7.2)

Old Contemptible

Easily recognised - it has to be kept in a glass jar as it will eat through cardboard or steel. If left open to the air it will start dogs howling within a seventeen mile radius. Designed as a cheap high explosive in the dark days of the Somme, it is still used as a cheap alternative to the phosphorus needed in tracer rounds and a malleable (if somewhat unstable) plastic explosive. Highly dangerous and strictly illegal, any reports of the whereabouts of any 'Old Contemptible' may be rewarded by a cash bonus.

Duty charged per kilo: None. Illegal Cheese.

Punishment for illegal ownership: Imprisonment and/or psychiatric evaluation.

— Keith —
Ystradgynlais Molecular Unstable Brie (6.4)

Unstable Brie

A soft cheese cloned from cheese makers in France. Useful as a contact anesthetic or dissolved in water as a replacement for battery acid, It can cure insomnia and ground to dust is very useful self-defence against muggers and wandering bears. It has a half-life of twenty three days, glows in the dark and can be used as a source of X-rays.

Duty charged per kilo: None. Illegal Cheese.

Punishment for illegal ownership: Imprisonment.

— Pig —
Machynlleth Wedi Marw (10.3 pending upgrade)

Wedi Marw - already dead

From the depths of The Welsh Socialist Republic, this cheese is currently rated at 10.3, but due to recent accidents and unexplained explosions is being considered closer to a 12.6. It can bring on a rash simply by viewing a photograph of it, is denser than enriched plutonium and is known to cause genetic defects in mice. One gram is enough to bring on coma and death, and there is no-one alive who has emerged from a Wedi-Marw experience not severely damaged in some way. Combusts in air. Considered too unstable to use as fuel on the VI 'Doodlebug' flying bomb and after tests on the early 'Atlas' rockets was banned from all US facilities.

Duty charged per kilo: None. Illegal Cheese.

Punishment for illegal ownership:Indefinite detainment without trial.

— Bill —
X-14 (Unrated)

x-14

Extremely dangerous, new form of cheese only just discovered.
DO NOT approach this cheese.
DO NOT eat this cheese.
Do NOT attempt to move it.
If safe to do so, cover with a wet blanket and
Contact the CEA immediately.

TAKE NO RISKS. X-14 is a KILLER.

Duty charged per kilo: None. Illegal Cheese.

Punishment for illegal ownership: Imprisonment.

— Mickey —
Rhayder Speckled (4.9)

Rhayader Speckled

Illegal examples of this cheese were last found beneath a Hispano-Suiza in 1986. Due to the continual bombing of the Rhayader cheese-making plant it is very unusual for samples to cross the border. If you see some of this cheese (it glows in the dark and emits sparks) run away and hide.

Duty charged per kilo: None. Illegal Cheese.

Punishment for illegal ownership: Heavy fine.

— not to be confused with —

String Cheese Incident

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Poster: jglynn1.2 Date: Oct 25, 2009 4:03pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: Grateful Dead Cheese?

Excellent

Thanks DH Monte

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Poster: deadjunkie Date: Oct 25, 2009 10:27am
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: Grateful Dead Cheese?

Thanks for bringing a wide grin to my face on this fine Sunday morning! BTW, that picture of the band looks a bit like the cover of the "Black and white" LP by the Stranglers.
(The Grateful dead pic, not the String cheese incident pic.)

This post was modified by deadjunkie on 2009-10-25 17:27:04